Frankly, everyone is sick and tired of watching high frequency trading get dragged through the mud by the press, politicians, and the public. Just like the short sellers were vilified wrongly in the 1930′s for being the puppet master culprits behind the Great Depression, today high frequency traders are mistakenly believed to be the evil.. Read more
Inflation is something most active traders don’t consider much any longer. It was a huge factor for active traders in the 1970s with consumer prices spiraling upward combined with a depressed, lackluster equity market. However, with the trillions of dollars of government economic aid swirling about combined with the improving economic picture, many analysts expect.. Read more
The stock market hates uncertainty of any type. It does not matter what causes the political or economic ambiguity—simply the fact that it exists creates nervousness in the world’s financial markets. The recent uprising in Egypt is a prime example of the type of political doubt that can throw stocks into turmoil. Although the protestors.. Read more
Technology has resulted in many changes in the worldwide financial markets. The rise of second and third tier economies as aggressive competitors on the world’s stage is perhaps most striking. Nowhere is this more apparent than the rise of financial markets in India. This once traditional nation is building a financial infrastructure that will likely.. Read more
“Gold is under irreversible upward pressure” said Nick Barisheff, CEO and president of the Bullion Management Group, during his early January, 2011 speech to the Empire Club in Montreal, Canada. This sentiment echoes many gold bugs who believe gold is the ultimate investment during all conditions and economic climates. These brash statements throw up red.. Read more
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